European Union: Grain and Feed Annual

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In MY2021/22, total EU grain production is anticipated to rebound nearly 7 MMT to 286 MMT. After persistent drought last season, yields in the main producing European Union (EU) Member States are expected to return to average levels. Favorable planting and overwintering conditions signal prospects for a sizeable crop in MY2021/22. Final yields will depend on the incidence of late frosts and the pattern of spring precipitations. For the rest of MY2020/21 and for MY2021/22, the crop outlook of European corn suppliers and competition from other large wheat exporting countries will determine EU’s grain trade flows. The status of COVID-19 restrictions, and the state of animal health in the EU and in key export markets will drive EU’s grain demand.

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